The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 7, Issue 8 (February 1, 1933)
A Porter's Artistic Poster
A Porter's Artistic Poster.
When the public see on the Dunedin railway station a poster that has been painted as an advertisement for the next mystery train they will praise it as the work of someone who has the makings of a clever and imaginative artist (says the Dunedin Star). The subject is a long train rounding a curve at the toe of a snow-topped mountain. The engine front transformed into the image of a laughing fur-clad hiking lady, the funnel smoke woven into a jolly message to on-lookers. Mr. Bert Marsh, one of the reserve porters, has worked out the design most skilfully.
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